Samsung Galaxy S10 series was recently reported to be accredited in Brazil, and a teaser video was also dripped. Now, a new report claims that the three versions are in full-blown mass production currently. The company is reportedly only concentrating on producing the 4G versions, and the 5G alternative is set up for some time later on in the year. The report likewise declares that all the 3 variants included and in-display fingerprint scanner, and a detachable screen protector too.
The Investor reports, pointing out a source from a supplier company in South Korea, that the global mass production of the three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 have already started. All the 3 models in production are 4G variations, and not 5G. The source specifies that the 5G variant is slated production at some point later on in the very first half of 2019.
” Samsung started standardizing the Galaxy S10 at its production lines in South Korea on January 25,” the source told the publication. “The 5G Galaxy S10 is still in the pipeline and will begin being produced later during the first half.”
In addition, the source said that all the 3 variants will sport an in-display fingerprint scanner, with the 2 premium versions sporting an ultrasonic finger print scanner and the most affordable variant sporting an optical fingerprint scanning service. The ultrasonic service is said to be more advanced, mapping finger print in 3 measurements, and is more precise than the optical option. The source also specifies that the 3 versions will feature a detachable screen protector, and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ variant will include 1TB storage choice as well.
Moreover, the source doesn’t expose if the foldable phone is going to be introduced alongside or not, however voices skepticism overs its adoption. “The costly cost will be a major obstacle for the collapsible phone to go mainstream,” the authorities stated.
Samsung is expected to host its Unpacked occasion in San Francisco on February 20. The 3 gadgets are tipped to be called Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy S10, and Samsung Galaxy S10+. All the three are tipped to sport Infinity-O Display panels up front.